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Deus Ex: The Conspiracy Videos and Trailers - PS2

Deus Ex: The Conspiracy
Game Description:When terrorists threaten New York City with a deadly plague, UN Anti-Terrorist Coalition (UNATCO) special agent J.C. Denton embarks on a mission to stop them. Denton's mind and body have been enhanced by nanotechnology, giving him the edge he needs to outthink and outgun the terrorists in this first-person shooter that has some RPG and strategy elements. As Denton progresses through the various missions, he learns there's more to this threat than meets the eye, and even UNATCO itself may be conspiring against him. Soon he's wondering just who are his friends, and who are his enemies. He will stop at nothing to find the truth. The multi-award-winning PC game has been carefully ported to the PS2 with streamlined menus more suited to a control pad than a keyboard. The PS2 version also has USB keyboard and mouse support for those who can't envision playing Deus Ex any other way.
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